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Dec 6, 2013 12:00pm PST
cooking. today tony tantillo is shopping for kale. >> reporter: if you ever made reboiled italian soup over bread or like to make a nice tuscan soup you need this kale or if you like kale loaded with nutritional value and great for us but selection and storage is important. when you buy your kale, green like this all the way around. the tuscan kale is tender and silky unlike the other which is firmer. store it in the refrigerator and remember one thing like always, open up the bag a little bit so they can breathe. otherwise, you will lose nutritional value and flavor if you store it for too long. kale, the tuscan dinosaur kale in the market enjoy. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. >> a police officer in indiana goes above and beyond to reunite a little girl with the very special friend. how the officer saved the day. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, [ female announcer ] for those who love sweets your season is here. let's just call it the baking time of year. you need special ingredients. you need the staples for homemade. you need safeway sugar f
Al Jazeera America
Dec 21, 2013 2:30pm EST
? >> we buy kale, arugula. >> what do they say. >> they say it just pops. it's fabulous. we have a smoothie made from kale from next door. >> we start with the almond milk. tear some of that kale, a handful , spinach, protein powder. that is health in a glass. >> delicious. >> i just landed here in o'hare national airport, and i'm starving. i hear there a rumor that there is a vertical farm here that feeds 10,000 people here every year. let's go find it. it's like a secret garden in the middle of an airport. >> yum, super fresh. it's so good. >> help yourself. i know you're hungry. >> i'll eat it all. [♪ music ] >> tower gardens are so new its hard to know what kind of impact it will have opposite our country. but here at this pre-scale they've had tower gardens for the last two months. >> this is the first preschool ever to have an official tower garden. >> do you know what these are? >> tower garden. >> what is your favorite vegetable is. >> lettuce. >> carrots. >> tomatoes. >> gracie, what do you want to pick? >> um. >> arugula. >> one day we're at the supermarket, and this is
Dec 12, 2013 12:00pm EST
base here. we'll add in one of my favorite winter vegetables kale, baby kale. >> one of the things about comfort food is very much take, comfort. but this looks light, too. >> it is. >> comfort food you think like meatloaf and mashed potatoes and stuff like that. but this doesn't seem to be heavy. >> it's not. there are a lot of fall flavors, the maple. the kale, the apples. we're just going to simply put this on to our platter here. it's kind of like a winter coleslaw. so we're able to do a little bit ahead of time. for entertaining purposes it's very easy and then you just have to finish it with the baby kale. >> then a pop of red with the pomegranate seeds here. >> let's move on to the soup. we have a finished product. we're a little bit out of time. >> this is a winter asian squash. then what we've done is we've sauteed together that, some apples, shallot, a little cinnamon great for the fall flavors. after it cooks and softens with vegetable stock, we purr ray it and turn it into this lovely soup that we have here. we've garnished it today going with the theme of the pomegrana
Al Jazeera America
Dec 2, 2013 3:30am EST
song because. >> rapping about kale. >> rapping about it. >> only in the 21st century can you rap about kale. what you say is great. but what about kids in inner city neighborhoods. if you live in an economically depressed area the lunches are margin al marginal , some kid cannot afford. parents were willing to pay more but the district discouraged the process to eliminate the big food vendors to allow the smaller farm vin de vendor in. talk to us about how this has translated into real life management for families who can't afford it? >> i'm really glad you brought that up. that's what i wanted to say in response to this idea that we should empower the local and state agencies or the state school district at the local level. if we left it up to just the local schools we wouldn't have a federal system that helps with low-income families for whom the school meal whether its breakfast, lunch or boas both, e best nutrition a child could get that day. congress is proposing unbelievably deep cuts to the food stamps, now known as snap, half of whom represent children. half of the recipi
Dec 6, 2013 3:30pm PST
would make that recommendation. reply kale a smart move. economically i think it sounds good, but it hurts the people -- i think political it's a smart move. it takes longer to explain why it's bad policy -- >> and it's counter-intuitive. that's my answer, as an economist it's bad policy, from a political strategy standpoint, i can understand why democrats would want to do so. >> and let democrats get it on the ballot. >> thank you. take your message. >> exactly right. >>> the numbers were encouraging today. the long-term unemployment is another issue holding up potentially a budget agreement. would you be in favor or opposed to the extension of long-term unemployment benefits? >> i don't think there's a need to extend them further. it rather from state to state. you can have them be as relatively low as, say, 19 weeks in a stayed like north carolina, but they can be over 72 weeks in other places. what we have found is while it's compassionate, you want to help people who are out of a job, particularly if it's transitional, but the longer the period, the less inclined they are to sea
Al Jazeera America
Dec 5, 2013 11:30am EST
. >> kale, dean, david, thank you all. this brings us to the end of this edition of inside story. thanks for being with us. in washington, i'm ray suarez. >>> welcome to al jazeera america. i'm stephanie sy. here are the stories we're following for you. unemployment benefits at a critical point. more than a million people will lose their aid three days after christmas if congress doesn't act. >>> some fast-food workers are striking across the country. >>> two major sites were hit by a mass hack attack. ♪
Al Jazeera America
Dec 4, 2013 5:00pm EST
own problems. this could have been avoided. >> kale, dean, david, thank you all. this brings us to the end of this edition of inside story. thanks for being with us. in washington, i'm ray suarez. every year in south africa thousands of teen-aged boys in the xhosa tribe undergo ritual circumcision which according to ancient custom, will make them men. but there are growing concerns that too many of these ceremonies are ending in tragic mutilation and death. "people and power" asked a south african filmmaker, who has himself been through the ritual, to investigate.
Dec 25, 2013 4:00am PST
kale, spinach and collard greens. >> there is still a lot in the field. people think it's a lot, but the demand is endless. >> reporter: 20 food banks nationwide are now farming produce, helping to bring families a little more green in time for the holidays. >>> when we return, another look at this morning's top stories. and a las vegas taxi driver found something in the back of his cab that could have put him on easy street. cab that could have hhave put on easy street. [ male announcer ] even ragu users a. chose prego traditional over ragu traditional. prego?! but i buy ragu. [ thinking ] i wonder what other questionable choices i've made. [ pop muzak plays ] [ sigh of relief ] [ male announcer ] choose taste. choose prego. turn to roc® retinol correxion®. one week, fine lines appear to fade. one month, deep wrinkles look smoother. after one year, skin looks ageless. high performance skincare™ only from roc®. take skincare to the next level with new roc® multi correxion® 5 in 1, proven to hydrate dryness, illuminate dullness, lift sagging, diminish the look of dark spot
Dec 7, 2013 1:35am PST
work of nelsonman cellula. >>> how those bay area teams are learning a kale nay never worked before. >>> the snowy conditions in the 'air are a and the trouble people are having getting up there. we will be back in 70 seconds. ,,,,,,,, for all those who sleep too hot or too cool, and struggle to sleep comfortably together, now there's a solution. the company that individualized your comfort with the sleep number bed brings you sleep number dual temp, the revolutionary temperature-balancing layer with active air technology that works on any mattress brand, including yours. whether you sleep hot or cool, sleep number dual temp allows each of you to select your ideal temperature. so you can both sleep exactly the way you like, at your own perfect temperature. and there's only one place in the world you'll find it: a sleep number store, where this holiday season, the hottest sleep innovations make the coolest gifts, including sleep number dual temp. discover dual temp at one of our 425 sleep number stores nationwide. sleep number. comfort individualized. visit to find a
Al Jazeera America
Dec 18, 2013 3:30pm EST
can take some kale, saute i in a minute with a little garlic and olive oil. absolutely. >> alice waters, it's been a pleasure and an honor talking with you. thanks for being on "talk to >> this is al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm tony harris. the white house is expected to release a report of nsa surveillance reforms a month early. >>> an apprising announcement from the fed and stocks soaring to record heights. >>> and art work from the bankruptcy of detroit will add up to 867. million dollars by christie's auction house. >> demanding changes to the
Al Jazeera America
Dec 23, 2013 4:30am EST
things. i can take some kale, saute i in a minute with a little garlic and olive oil. absolutely. >> alice waters, it's been a pleasure and an honor talking with you. thanks for being on "talk to every sunday night join us for exclusive, revealing and surprising talks with the most interesting people of our time. next sunday. >> we try to be funny in serious stories which is very, very rare. >> he made radio cool with his sense of humor, insight and curiosity. he opened a new window into american life. >> before they know it we're actually able to present something new that they haven't heard about. >> talk to al jazeera with ira glass. ♪ this is al jazeera. ♪ hello and warm welcome from david foster to this al jazeera news hour and this is what we have coming up, in the next 60 minutes. sliding closer to civil war, in communities are spared from the conflict in south sudan. a city in ruins, an exclusive report from alepo, after a week after bombardment on the syrian population. and
Al Jazeera America
Dec 15, 2013 11:00am EST
individuals accustomed to them. >> this isn't an actual bitcoin. this is a first kale coin for people to get -- hold something and then feel -- understand about the coin. it's got a qr code. it allows people to receive payments through this. if i am carrying this around, i can receive payments on this. the payment will actually stay on my computer on my hard wallet. >> india is mostly a cash based society with the government keeping strict limits on how much money a person can take out and bring to the country. but with bitcoins, all a person has to do is download it on to something small like a smartphone, flip it in their their pocket, leave the plane and leave the country with potentially millions of dollars completely untraceable. >> that's raising concerns. >> that's exactly what india is worried about. you are going to lose precious foreign exchange. >> since bitcoins are anonymous, there is worry of them about being used for money launch launchedering or by extremist groups because at president, india's financial system doesn't have the infrastructure to handle them. >> we do n
FOX Business
Dec 6, 2013 3:00pm EST
know? i make my own shakes. kale, bananas, strawberries, blueberries, protein, orange juice. liz: you've got to hear jim gaffigan on kale. he's not a fan. [laughter] from the ceo of one of the best car manufacturers in the world to the best financial advice out there for ceos and board members and you, countdown to the closing bell had you covered this week. here's what's worth repeating. ♪ ♪ >> the whole issue really now, i think, is embracing it, and clients are loving it. a wig piece also is -- big piece also is technology. it's understanding what you want. you're seeing different sales than i'mmseeing. >> it feels a lot like 1995, you know, where you came out of the savings and loan crisis, people are looking over their shoulder. the market had a nice rally, and then commodity prices came down, inflation came down, and you had a rally there 1995 to the end of, you know, beginning of 2000. >> one of the keys to good decision making is actually to take your time. be thoughtful, work your way through it, number one. number two, my personal view is that rates will stay down h
Dec 18, 2013 2:05am PST
, sweet potato chips and kale chips in the oven. 450 degrees for about ten minutes. >> it's crazy. >> for people who are vegans or have dietary restrictions. >> unbelievable. >> hoda, you've got to try this. >> i will. >>> do you need a little music to get you in the spirit? a holiday performance like you've never heard before. pentatonix. a holiday performance after this. [ male announcer ] alka seltzer plus presents the cold truth. [ coughs, sneezes ] [ sniffles ] i have a big meeting when we land, but i am so stuffed up, i can't rest. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? [ male announcer ] nope. they don't have a decongestant. really? [ male announcer ] really. alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms, plus has a fast-acting decongestant to relieve your stuffy nose. [ inhales deeply ] alka seltzer plus. oh. what a relief it is. [ male announcer ] can't find theraflu, try alka seltzer plus for fast liquid cold and flu relief. >>> they burst on to the scene just two years ago winning the first season of t
Dec 30, 2013 7:00am PST
, no. check out jamba juice. kale is a superfood. be beware, this kale apple pine jj apple and chia seed blend pax 250 calories and 43 grams of sugar. the carrot juice, 133 calories and 26 grams of sugar. when choosing your own ingredients, remember that vegetables have far fewer calories than fruit. naked juice has a 100% juice line you can find in most grocery stores. this is 150 calories for eight-ounce serving. there are two servings here. if you drink the whole bottle, you're consuming 300 calories and 64 grams of sugar. you might think a smoothie is healthier than other snax. but many are loaded with calories. try making one at home. i met up with candace to make a smoothie. >> you're going to be able to control the caloric intake. >> reporter: we blended these. delicious. the key to juices and smoothies, watch out for sugar, read labels, add in green veggies for a superhealthy snack. >> we have juices here to try out in a little bit. before we get to that, let's talk to twitter followers. tanya tweeted, anything with kale, apples, and protein in it? can't do straight juice. s
FOX News
Dec 23, 2013 2:00pm PST
the office for ten minutes so you have to go down to get your kale smoothy. >> i don't even know how to do that out of the office reply. >> well you are not out of the office. >> but you are out of the office a lot. eric. >> one of the coolest things about working here. here it is, my christmas wish coming to fruition. sarah palin and elisabeth hasselbeck on the fox and friends set. >> and your message to bob beckel? >> merry christmas, even to bob beckel. >> and governor palin's book. >> what did you like about it. >> i read everything about it. >> you didn't read it. >> look i'm on page 74. >> oh, my goodness. you did like that little [ inaudible ]. speaking of which, let's talk about new year's eve and the biggest party. i like to go to after parties and eat the pigs in a blanket and put them in my pocket. but at 59 you can find me and bobbie over here, i'll be dancing in his lap because we only have one chair. that is at 9:00 p.m. eastern, and make that happen. >> and then greg and i are on red eye. >> and then before that you can get elizabeth hasselbeck and bill hammer at 10:00
Al Jazeera America
Dec 3, 2013 1:00pm EST
judge kale out today saying that right now the city of detroit doesn't even have enough money to provide for essential services and that they should have filed for bankruptcy a long time ago. so yes it sounds like these pensioners they are in a tough decision but the emergency manager said that cuts need to be made. >> all right. thank you, that's al jazeera's joining us from detroit. well, a dancer from the ballet is in jail for six years for managing an acid attack on the artistic director. >> yes, he was found guilty of the attack that nearly behinded him. it was a trial that revealed the depths of the poisonous rivalries that lay at the heart of the most prestigious institution. the ballet. it was a trial that transfixed the country. dancer and a former soloist in the ballet found guilty of master minds an attack on his bitter rival, the artistic director. who he claimed refused to give he and his girlfriend any decent roles in just coming productions. he was sentenced to six years. feeling who is 43 was nearly blinded in the attack, he was left writhing inning a know has had
Dec 20, 2013 3:00am EST
. this is a way of taking the temperature down between russia and the west. the kale khodorkovsky has been defended by many western governments. he was sort of the poster case for everything that is wrong with the rule of law in russia. it has been 10 years. perhaps theger meaningful adversary to putin. >> where will he go? think he will stay in russia? >> the immediate thinking is that he would go to germany to be with his mother who is fighting cancer. what he will do after that, we will have to see. will he go back into politics? he may have a couple hundred million that he was able to for it away before he got arrested. >> that would do me for a couple of years. ryan chilcote there, our man in russia putting it in context. stay with us for final thoughts on these markets. we are going to take a look at emerging-market currencies. there is a taper impact. i will show you where that is being felt most. currencies when we are back. ♪ >> welcome back to "on the move ." i said to you that tapering may not be felt in the equity markets right now. have a look at this. these are emergin
FOX News
Dec 19, 2013 1:00am PST
babies and the rest of us are making kale chips. islam is becoming more fundamental. >> andrea, they are orthodox christians, they are share a pope. and i didn't know this the copts have a little boy pick out the pope if they get down to the choice of three people who made the cut. like in baseball, they made the cut. what do you think here? is this something just or daned to happen and -- ordained or should we give up it on. >> islamists, since the day of old, if you are ruled by the muslims, that is the ultimate goal. and christianity is started to diminish and in the youran and if you -- the koran, they talk about this. when radicals are dominated and outnumbered, they are more dos ill. and now they are not and they are going on the offense. and my point is the administration is not doing anything, they are enabling and helping the jihadist rising up. >> and of course i don't agree with that but i agree that one more thing is up next. >>> back for one more thing. i'll go quickly because we have more people. kimberly guilfoyle, the -- is addressing some ear, nose and throat p
FOX News
Dec 6, 2013 12:00pm PST
here to where there are a thousand places to get lunch. you can get kale and have anything you want that's fresh and well done, and it's not a lot more expensive than the $12 combo at the wendy's downstairs. >> unless you're buying it at whole foods. that's a whole other story. it's easy to buy in bulk. especially outside of the city. i wrote three books based on the fact it's easy and fact and cheaper to make this at home and eat it. >> him miss, one you mentioned. >> actual. you can by chick peas in bulk, make the hummus at home. make mile -- piles as opposed to a can takenner at the dely. >> this value meal, fast food, you can do what you want, we have to take responsibility for our own lives but the $3 you can go for a couple 0 those cheeseburgers is not money well spent. >> then you have to look at the long-term other issues. what about your health? if you factor in this -- when i took myself off that fast food and i changed over to healthier diet, i stopped with the stuff i needed to wake up and fall asleep and the headache pill and stomach ache pills and colds and flu and all
Dec 14, 2013 11:00pm PST
johnson providing a spark off the bench. 11 points, 8 boards for kalely. both career highs. stanford in a blowout. 73-45. cardinal improved to 8-1 double headers at naples. carbon copy of the women's game. a anthony brown the passing lane. four of the five starters have at least 15 points. josh houston's back door to the dunk. he had 15. jason randall led the way 16. 83-56. stanford. james harden at berkeley scored 26 over the warriors last night. rich add solomon big day against fresno state. 17 points, 14 rebound, 22-10 cal in the first half. bears just 4 of 19 from three-point land. the old fashioned three-point play more effective. freshman jabari byrd then ricky kekl o w, tyler wallace. calorie mains perfect at home. st. mary's in boise, broncos students going all in on the body paint. steven holt -- gale shot 52% from beyond the three-point arc. james walker iii, holt led st. mary's with 24. 82-74 gaels. they have yet to lose this year. now 8-0. alex smith returns to the bay area tomorrow when the chiefs invade the coliseum. kansas city is 10-3 but all three losses ha
Dec 28, 2013 12:00am PST
out to capture and kale high-ranking individual in bin laden's army. he had his own militia at his disposal. finally they slid him across our desk, ramped up to get him. we set up shop, started to do our thing got compromised by some get to herders, we turned those guys loose, about an hour later we were walked on by large taliban militia, gun fight insued, about three hours into it. all three of my teammates were dead and 16 more on a shin nick helicopter had died. a 12-year-old boy shot an r.p.g. in the back of it. >> rose: a 12-year-old boy. >> yes, sir. >> rose: there is a consideration, after you know you have been discovered and the mission is at wlafk do you do about the people who have discovered you? do you kill them? do you let them go? what are the options that you have and why do you make the decisions that you do? here's a part of that. >> 01909. >> eyes down. eyes down. eyes down! >> is your radio working? >> he's going to curse us. >> it's just afghanistan, that's all. >> we got three options. one. >> we let him go, hike up, probably be found in less than an hour. tw
Dec 30, 2013 2:00am PST
that before but they kale or that is to take it one of the country yes because the script end of the hobby years from now until the funding to think if you like candy as smoking or even twenty years sleeping it also was cut off an observation car stops his cow or a we need to take the final breakdown of prelim today will be back in just a few minutes. in. the is. says the welcome back to the final segment of today's world and field while the on post we will will will continue and hopefully wrap up this interesting conversation with aka mom will fall was clearly to cheer professor in the department of earth sciences at all so that deflected off the taiwan earthquake research center at the national central university in taiwan. but to molly me ask you a personal question can be no backing the twenty five thirty years ago when he first started you know started college. no lot of people probably see that you know why is it will woman student won the study science it's exactly one week to first develop your interest in the study of the over the quake and scotch college ok after the date t
Al Jazeera America
Dec 2, 2013 11:00pm EST
. palestinians living in gaza kale sail more than six miles from their cost. israel warships block everything coming in and going out. gazans say that strangled their economy. fishermen and activists head straight for the israeli ships. they are aware of the risks. israel has arrested and attacked fisherman for sailing more than six miles out. >> we are just armed with international law. we can say this is our sea. this is our land. this is our sky. you shouldn't be here. >> these activist knows israel any stop or attack them. with two-thirds of the people in gaza living on less than $2 a day, these people feel like they have nothing to lose. >> for israel, it's about security. militants have fired rockets from gaza into israel. israel says to prevent that, it must block imports like cement that have been used in attacks. for palestinians, this is about yourt their lively. where raw sewage sometimes runs through the streets, power cuts are more than 12 hours a day. gazans say the blockade increases their suffering. >> unemployment in gaza is over 40%. there is a saying here in each
Dec 23, 2013 11:00pm PST
injuries were so serious the military flew a special surgical team into nairobi to provide a ed me kale -- medical care and they have a military plane equipped on stand by to bring him out if needed. >> our thoughts and prayers go out to everybody. >>> and again, this is a very dangerous time to be a american in that part of the world. rob mckee is a private security manager for the firm, warrior security. they have a major presence this south sudan. rob, your security firm has about 3500 guards throughout the country. what is the situation now and what do you make of reports about movement of u.s. marines. >> yeah, as you said, we're unique in that we have security in all ten states. i think it is an interesting development. we heard what happened in bore the other day with the osprey being shot at. so clearly the united states is taking a very active role in what seems to be a blossoming conflict here. >> a spokesman for the south sudanese military saying that the violence is falling short of a full-blown civil war. how much would an american intervention intensify things? >> it is to
Dec 4, 2013 7:00pm PST
created a fund to help other kids with cancer. i spoke earlier to carey winemaker and kalely weiss. >> how are you holding up first of all? >> we actually are -- we've had a really rough week. and we're holding up basically due to all the distractions. basically it's coming in waves. it's the worst thing that we've ever had to deal with. and it's a great loss. and we're trying to take the positive from it all and move forward. because that's what olivia would have wanted. >> what do you want people to know about olivia? i mean, the people who feel like they've met her because of seeing her sing. i mean, her spirit and her strength i think is what impacted so many people. >> well, we've always known olivia was so special. and now world's seen how special she really is. and olivia just showed us such strength and courage through her illness. and the one thing that we would like the world to know is that it's important to keep your strength, follow your dreams. olivia never gave up fighting for her dream. >> she never gave up. >> no. she was in school until august. still planning to d
Dec 20, 2013 3:00am PST
a huge boom. what's driving the business story honestly are men. >> what's in this? >> kale, banana, apple cider. look. there have been three transformations. people are into organic food. >> can this chop up bacon. >> i should have made you a bacon smoothy. you can grind coffee. >> let's next time do steak, eggs, bacon smoothy. >> with a squeeze of lemon. >> coming up on "morning joe," "hardball's" chris matthews will welcome back us. msnbc's andrea mitchell. david grower and cardinal donald wuerl will join us. next the top stories in "the politico" playbook. bill karins has a check on the forecast. >> weekend warm and toasty in d.c. 70 by sunday. yesterday was 60 in d.c. people thought that was warm. wait until sunday opinion let's talk about this crazy december weather we're going on. this is a roller coaster ride. temperatures are going up and crash right down before christmas. as far as the warm air goes this morning it's 46 in d.c. at 67 to start your morning in texas. what's going on, summer like morning. we do have freezing rain out there. be careful on the roads north chica
Dec 15, 2013 3:00am EST
there? >> i like the kale salad with chicken. that is too much information, right? [laughter] like to thank c- span, our viewers around the world, and those of you who are watching. i would like to thank my politico colleagues and i would like to thank america for making this a serious conversation possible. thank you for a fantastic conversation. [applause] >> think you so much. -- this is one hour. today won her third and final term as houston mayor in november. she has been described by the houston chronicle as risk- averse, competent, and scandal- free. annise parker has proven to be an interesting person. she has a degree in anthropology, sociology, and psychology, room houston's rice university. she worked for texas oil and gas. she was also a prominent gay rights advocate in houston. she served as the city controller and councilwoman for three terms before securing the city's top job. the chronicle describes the city she leaves as stuck in a drought and a global economic downturn during her first term. they describe it as supercharged with energy revenue and jobs during her sec
Dec 26, 2013 7:00am PST
more appetizing than they sound. stale bread and broekt winter scallops with millic kurds and kale chips over spicy grains. >> it was just so good. so good. it's one of our iconic dishes actually. >> reporter: to say that redzepi is resourceful is an understatement. >> i was out of ingredients. we called the farm, send us everything. we need food stuff. >> he said i only have these carrots that are 2 years old. >> i said send them. we put it on the pan like you would a piece of meet meat and we added butter and spices and herbs and condiments and kept roasting twisting, turns, spooning over hot butter. an hour and a half later that carrot had transformed. it was amazing like the best carrot i had tasted. >> if vintage vegetables aren't to your taste, try the aunts. >> some customers say i waited a year for a reservation, please take this blueberry ant dish back to the table. >> no. it wasn't like that. now they say are aunts back on the menu? >> a dish made with aunts which has a lemony flavor it's become his fill oz fi. discovering ever new and exciting flavors in what's around us
Dec 14, 2013 11:00pm EST
a place that you like. >> sweet dreams. that's what you get there? >> i like the kale salad with chicken. that is too much information, right? [laughter] like to thank c- span, our viewers around the world, and those of you who are watching. i would like to thank my politico colleagues and i would like to thank america for making this a serious conversation possible. thank you for a fantastic conversation. [applause] >> think you so much. -- thank you so much. >> on the next washington journal, the budget deal and the 2014 defense or grams will be the topics of discussion. will be at the harvard institute for politics to talk about a recent poll they conducted regarding millennial's views on politics and public service. then a discussion of the future of guantanamo bay with a law professor from american university. he will talk about provisions within the national defense act of stop -- national defense act. washington journal is live every day on c-span. constant inare american political life. if you look at congress in 1901, less than 2.0% of members came from working-class bac
Dec 28, 2013 7:00am PST
got kale and then got rebecca romaine so makes drinking your vegetables more fun. >> is there a trend in juice that is more popular now, like people like the green juices or is there a vegetable or fruit that's popping up in juices now? >> the green juice is definitely the thing to do. >> that's the it thing? >> yeah. because it's very low guilt. each though it's an expensive habit you feel like you're doing something good for yourself. a lot of spicey blends. a lot of people are adding pepper, cayenne, ginger, it gets your metabolism going. >> the next one is blada to cheese. it is delicious. >> one friend texted me saying where can i get burrata cheese. it is a handmade mozzarella cheese. a nice firm outside like the mozzarella but once you dig into it with a knife or fork it oozes out and it's nice and decadent. we were joking like you can't go to any american new restaurant in the bay area and not see burrata cheese on the menu so definitely keep your eye out for it. one place was a16 in oakland on rockridge on college avenue and they have burrata with winter chicory, corona olive
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Dec 20, 2013 6:00am EST
and the whole ceiling, it was like slow motion, kind of kale down. >> these are photos that have been released from inside the theater. the apollo, by the way, opened back in 1901 and has been undergoing extensive renovations. in fact, there was actually an extra surcharge on the tickets for the show that went to help pay for that face lift. >> a storm system is gaining strength and could cause problems for your upcoming holiday commute. >> a lot of problems will be the rain. we're looking at heavy rain and flooding coming down, a little snow, but for the most part, mainly rain as temperatures will be very warm across much of the country. here's where the storm is taking shape, this little serve at your of the clouds here show how it's intense filing. it's well over the southwest and will continue to intensify and move east. >> by saturday at 12:11, the beginning of winter, look at this sharp contrast in temperatures. the start of winter will feel like record temperatures across the mid atlantic and southeast, even philadelphia and new york, temperatures could be close to 70 degrees.
Dec 17, 2013 7:00am PST
chips and kale chips in the oven. 450 degrees for about ten minutes. >> it's crazy. >> for people who are vegans or have dietary restrictions. >> unbelievable. >> hoda, you've got to try this. >> i will. >>> do you need a little music to get you in the spirit? a holiday performance like you've never heard before. a holiday performance after this. ♪ we don't care. yes! i'm in a bit of a jam. my wife's incredible. she coaches little league. she raises 3 kids, if you include me. i haven't gotten her a gift yet. you're in the right place. we have this 14k gold keepsake genuine diamond ring you can get her, with special financing on the walmart credit card. that's a christmas miracle! excuse me. i'm in bit of a jam! you came to the right place. thanks! get a keepsake diamond ring for $368, plus 6, 12, 18 or 24 months special financing with your walmart credit card. minimum purchase and certificate required. offer valid in-store only through 12/31/2013. see store for details. walmart. at hillshire farm spice is the spice of life. that's why our craftsmen seasoned every sausage perfect
Dec 18, 2013 7:00am PST
adult formula. it's vegetables kale, spinach the whole thing. >> it's not as pungent as it looks. >> is the mason jar for effect? >> no, the mason jar is very hip administer. >> it is. >> a little apple in there. >> there's apple. >> you can see how strong. >> no i do this every morning too. but do you put pepper in here too. >> i smell spice. >> i put a little tummeric. >> i knew a smelled a spice. >> a lot of crew guys laughing. >> it's how i maintain my little 12-year-old dancer frame. >> doesn't that character in the movie -- doesn't the mother chew up the food and then spit it into your mouth. >> thank you for segwaying into yet another plug. it's true. he's an herbivore and his mom chews up plants and spits it into the mouth. >> that's what that looks like. >> there's celebrity parents that do that too, actually. >> you're not kidding. alicia silverstone does it. >> there's somebody else. >> but her kid is 22. >> that's good. >> have you done that for your kids? >> no, i cut their food. that's as far as i go. >> but with your teeth. >> no, utensils. >> you're the weird one.
Dec 31, 2013 5:00am PST
great. there was also the private moments. kale, "a reporter who worked with me on this project, we got to see the intimate part of their life. they would basically be home. some days celeste couldn't get out of bed, she would be crying. she couldn't face the reality of not having her legs. we worked with them on that. we photographed their recovery, talked with them about it. it wasn't easy. sometimes she was so frustrated with her first set of legs. she said i'm going to be the first one who can't walk with a set of prosthetics. she was determined. she went to florida, got an incredible state-of-the-art set of legs with a gyro scope in them. since she got those legs, her life has changed. i really think they have affected her emotionally and psychologically. >> just a reminder, john, standby for me. if we can pull that image up one more time. i think it is celeste walking down the driveway with those new prosthetic legs john mentioned there. you can see a much happier version the fact she's up. she's in athletic gear. it looks like her spirits have really rebounded, especially giv
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